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Phil Wood

Thanks Jonny, I've been blogging on 'Statements of Faith' this morning, so have a head full of long words. Your post on silence is timely.

Peace, Phil


I've found these posts really helpful thanks. The most useful thought for me has been if Love found you and blessed you during this week where you had given up 'doing' then it really must be true that we are loved just as we are, and not for how much we do or achieve.


Love this post Jonny. You've found words for a profound experience.


This post has been really timely for me. All the posts on silence have been helpful especially as lately I have felt as if I was trying to walk in silence in a very busy protestant work ethic sort of christianity.
Your posts have made me realise I am not alone. As you have been blessed you have truly been a blessing.

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